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    thingsorganizedneatly:

SUBMISSION:
Forks and Knives

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    Forks and Knives

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    2. BEAR

    A mondegreen is a misinterpreted song title or lyric. An example is the mishearing of a certain hymn title as “Gladly, the Cross-Eyed Bear.” The verb bear, meaning “to carry, endure or give birth to,” comes from Old English beran, of Germanic origin, from the Indo-European root bher-. The name of the big, hairy lumbering mammal comes from Old English bera, “bear,” from Germanic *berō, meaning “the brown animal,” “bear.”

    — 11 Doppelganger Words: The Resemblance is Eerie via MentalFloss

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    Classic books that have been subjected to some unfortunate covers…

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    A little Shakespeare heavy, but man is this one hilarious list. Tumblr is just about the most creative place on the internet. 

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    Great profile of a fascinating writer!

    via The Guardian

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    via Goodreads, 20 intersections between history and literature

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    People say the best revenge is living well. I say it’s acid in the face. Who will love them now?

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    Mindy Kaling, Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? (And Other Concerns) 

    2 minutes in and this is already the funniest book I’ve read this year. 

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The Writers’ Retreat
For the July 20 NY Times Book Review. Thanks to AD Nicholas Blechman and editor Pamela Paul!

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    The Writers’ Retreat

    For the July 20 NY Times Book Review. Thanks to AD Nicholas Blechman and editor Pamela Paul!

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    So amused by the Emma Watson shout out in the new JK Rowling/Robert Galbraith mystery

    So amused by the Emma Watson shout out in the new JK Rowling/Robert Galbraith mystery

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